Transatlantic cruises go to several countries. We break down the Atlantic crossings so you can find the cruise you want.
USA to Denmark: Cruises from the United States to Copenhagen in Italy. Departures from Florida.
USA to England: The route of the frequent New York to London voyages. Also available out of Tampa, Miami, and Fort Lauderdale in Florida.
USA to Ireland: Cruises from the US to Dublin and Cork in Ireland. Leaving from Florida and Boston.
USA to Italy: Cruises from the United States go to Rome and Venice in Italy. Departures from Florida.
USA to Netherlands: Cruises from the US to Amsterdam and Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Departures from Florida and Boston.
USA to Portugal: Cruise to Lisbon from the USA. Voyages out of New York and Florida.
USA to Spain: Barcelona is the destination of cruises from America to Spain. The ships leave from Miami, Tampa and Fort Lauderdale Florida.
Transatlantic Mediterranean Cruises: US to the Med round-trip.
Transatlantic Cruises from New York: England is the destination of all of these cruises on the luxurious Queen Mary 2.
Southampton to New York Cruises: From the port that serves London to the Big Apple.
UK to Florida Cruises: Cruise to Miami from Southampton.
Transatlantic Cruises from Barcelona: Cruise to the USA from Barcelona, Spain.
Transatlantic Cruises from Florida: Cruise to Europe from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Port Canaveral or Tampa.
Cruises to Barcelona from Florida: Spring cruises from the ports of Florida to a leading city of Spain.
Round-trip Transatlantic Cruises: cross the Atlantic and return. The ultimate in cruising between the US and Europe.